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5.9/10
Brooding YA Hero
Reviews / January 20, 2018

by Carrie DiRisio I got this as an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Before coming in contact with this book, I had seen a few tweets from the popular Brooding YA Hero account, but I wasn’t actively following it. I did, however have a pretty clear idea of what this book would be and the style it would be written in since I “knew” Broody from before. This book is written from the POV of Broody, who is basically the male main character of every young adult book out there.  Unfortunately for Broody, authors are currently not picking him to be the main character in their story, so he decides to write his own book instead. I mean why not? He’s the hottest, most talented genius out there. The book is written with humor and sass, and it deals with important topics and it puts the light on common things that YA fiction portrays these days. In short this is a book that will inform you of everything that you shouldn’t do when writing a YA book, and it does it in a fun way that not only makes you remember it, but also not…

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7.3/10
Seeds of Hatred
Reviews / January 20, 2018

by Christian Nadeau Seeds of Hatred is an epic fantasy that doesn’t just scratch the surface of the world he’s build. It’s political, beautiful, tragic. Seemingly separate stories weave in beautifully in this story and it all comes together very nicely. It took me longer than I’d care to admit to finish this book, and it wasn’t only because of the books lengths. Moving to a new house and completely renovating it meant little time to read, but when did find the time, this book was a great escape. I think Nadeau managed to bring his world alive and he has a way with words that makes it fun to read. His scenes play in my mind like a movie, and that’s just how I like it. His characters seem well thought out and are developed nicely. They all have their own personality and you get a feeling of knowing them. There is a style of writing here that instantly lets you know that this is going to be a strong fantasy novel in the likes of Game of Thrones. This is one of the books strongest benefits, but in one aspect it’s also one of its weaknesses. There are a…